Snowfall

Hi, friends!  Today’s post is not going to be a long one because I have a few projects that need to be finished by tomorrow.  That being said, the new manuscript is in the hands of one editor and flying off to the second this afternoon.  Yay!  So excited!

So, instead of a lengthy post, please enjoy some pictures of the snow that fell yesterday morning.  Expecting more tomorrow.  Oh joy.

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8 thoughts on “Snowfall

  1. It always amazes me when Texas gets snow. Especially when south Texas does. I know you’re more central, but they’re getting it down in Houston, too, if friends and family on Snapchat are to be believed haha. Stay warm! Lord knows Texans and snow don’t mix.

    • Are you kidding?! That’s insane! I didn’t know Houston even got snow! And you are so right. Texans and snow definitely do NOT mix. There were like, forty traffic incidents in a single day. I hope no one was hurt!

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